North Dakota announces cyber capture-the-flag event for students
To attract more students to careers in cybersecurity, the statewide technology bureau is helping to organize a competition that coincides with the military's esports event.
Cities need specialists to keep pace with emerging tech, experts say
Panelists at the Consumer Electronics Show suggested cities hire people — which they referred to as "lookers" — to manage civic-tech pilot projects.
Philadelphia's first 'Pitch & Pilot' aims to reduce waste with tech
The effort is the latest to bring the private sector into the city government's fold and compensate for limited workforce.
New Jersey's Twitter account is unabashedly New Jersey
Staffers in Gov. Phil Murphy's office are taking a different approach to the state's Twitter account and attracting fanfare and New Jersey pride in the process.
Fun and games can raise cybersecurity awareness in state government
North Carolina's capture-the-flag exercise is extending cybersecurity concerns beyond the office of the chief information officer.
Virginia launches state's first digital professional licensing system
More than 300,000 licensed workers can now update their professional licenses using a mobile app, instead of waiting for a paper certificate in the mail.